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innovations in technology. bob rucker: "it's very rare for a journalism program to receive this amount of money. it showcases the amount of trust and support and interest that someone , on in the case of two people, jack and emma anderson had in our program. that's unique." two-point-three million dollars of the fund is available to the school of journalism....and six-point-four million dollars goes into an endowment. lane jimison is with the university's tower foundation which will manage the endowment. lane jimison: "an endowment is an account in which you put money in which you will never touch the principle of it. so it's invested, and the interest then will be for the school of journalism for ever and ever. so you will alway have money in your principle endowment account and every year you can count of a certain amount of interest every year." department chair... bob rucker... also says journalism students have much to look forward to in learning the new technology in the coming years. bob rucker: "technology is fantastic and we love it, but this was made possible through friendsh
like 3m, united technologies, ibm, all those stocks are going to do well. but don't forget, of course, your utilities, and those fast-growing companies. one i like to talk about his fastenal. i talked about that a couple months ago. > thanks for your help. that is matt shapiro, president of mws capital. it's estimated that there are more than 8.5 million industrial and service robots in use in the world. they make cars, process food and protect us in defense applications. and as our cover story shows you, more of them are being designed to work side-by-side with humans in the workplace. more than 120 companies brought their latest creations that lift, sort and do repetitive motions in the workplace. "we're trying to give the robots more of the attributes of a human, where you have different types, and constantly improving vision systems. we are doing a lot more with force sensing sensor technology." a lot of this is dedicated to heavy-industry. the plexi-glass safety wall, for example, used in this display is often common in the workplace to prevent injury. but now, more robots are be
, but be careful. for instance, another big stock is international game technologies, about $16. $4-billion company. it has its business in lots of different parts of the gambling industry, but we really don't know exactly how this is going to shake out. remember, it is just one or two states, and a lot of localities are uncomfortable with internet gaming. > if they open the door to online gambling, this could be huge, and that is what is sparking this. but are there other stocks that you would buy in this arena? > > the big traditional gaming stocks are las vegas sands and wynn resorts, wynn being the only one i invest in. they make most of their money, of course, on the in-person gaming: the hotels, the fancy restaurants and clubs. so, i think for them, internet gambling is going to be a sideline. so it is tough to find the right stock. remember, you can put your money on a zynga, or on an international game technologies, but you don't know which one is going to finish in the money. > thanks for the insight. that is matt shapiro, president of mws capital. thank you. > > you got it. that's it for
of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. right now, queen mattresses start at just $599. and save 50% on our limited edition bed, plus special offers through monday. >>> people who turned in guns and am pew -- and ammunition last month finally were paid what they were owed today. the district attorney was offering people $200 for semi automatic rifles and long guns and $100 for other guns. but it quickly ran out of money and had to distribute vouchers. >> we're really happy to actually run out of money. our next concern then was raising enough money to honor the vouchers that we gave out and we were able to do that. >> reporter: people redeemed their vouchers for cash today at the civic center in san rafael much of the $70,000 needed to cover the vouchers came from donations. >>> president obama returned to his adopted hometown of chicago today and sp
are mastering 3d printing. that's the future." the association for manufacturing technology says the concept will help small to medium companies that can't afford to spend a half-million dollars on r&d without immediate returns. "what's going to happen is the best ideas will come forward and there will be collaboration so the total price tag isn't picked up by the taxpayer." but senate minority leader mitch mcconnell isn't sold on it. "he says he wants balance, but his approach so far has been anything but. just as 'investment' has become a washington code for more spending, 'balance' has become code for 'my-way-or-the- highway.'" the president outlined nearly two dozen proposals in his state of the union speech, from incentives to high schools and community colleges to train workforce-ready graduates to raising the minimum wage and expanding pre-school education opportunities. but the republican rebuttal by marco rubio pointed out how the best intentions of obamacare have their negatives, too. "because of obamacare, some companies aren't hiring. and in some cases, full-time workers are bein
as a guest of the first lady, tim cook was the headliner at the goldman sachs technology and internet conference in san francisco. cook told analysts he's bullish on innovation at apple and apple stores need more space. he also fielded a number of questions about the company's massive $137 billion in cash. cook called the lawsuit by hedge fund manager david einhorn over giving shareholders more money a silly sideshow. apple officials will file a response to einhorn's lawsuit today. a hearing is set for next week. president obama steps in to combat the growing threat of cyber attacks, including those against the nation's banks. the president will release, possibly as soon as today, an executive order to help thwart further breaches. this is in reaction to the recent targeting of pnc, citizens' bank and fifth third banks, among others. the president is taking action in the wake of congress' failure to pass cyber defense legislation last year. mgraw hill, the company that owns standard and poor's credit rating division, is lawyering up. the government is accusing s&p of cheating investor
to the hospital, but because of this amazing new three dimensional technology, they were able to see not only that he had shattered his hip, but that his spleen had torn in half, which allows doctors to immediately operate and stop the internal bleeding. had it been a regular traditional x-ray, they would have only been able to see the fracture. here we have images of little gauge getting his fiscal therapy. you can seat big scar on his back legs and his back. he's doing really well. that's a great story to tell. you have the coolest, toughest dog on the block. >>> efsverybody, it's monday. coming up, it's the great rtm ipad giveaway. you need the buzzword and you have to be 18 to enter. we'll give you the buzzword in a minute. so hang with us. >> good luck, everybody. >>> when you get lots of snow, sometimes your car gets buried when it's on the side of the road. this guy has a way of digging out his toyota. as you can see here, it's pretty buried. >> whoa. >> once i get a little area cleaned out around the car, i can shovel out enough to get it out of here. if i can get a door and the front
? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >>> a group of public health officials and advocates say people eating too much sugar is a public health hazard. and calling on the fda to take immediate action. they say sweetened beverages are the biggest source of sugars in the american diet. the group is also calling on the fda to start an educational campaign to help americans consume less sugar. an exclusive field poll shows a large majority of californians link obesity to the consumption of soft drinks. what the poll findings suggest about the possibility of a tax on soda. >> reporter: sugary drinks have been getting some of the blame for america's obesity epidemic. now an exclusive ktvu field poll shows 75% of californians see a strong link between regularly drinking sodas, and obesity. >> i think th
's a high definition surveillance camera. within line of sight, technologically almost unlimited, autonomous any where. >> we can click on a map and say go here, and it will go there and hoover. and i can say, look at this point and it will look at that point and hoover. >> reporter: some are concerned about the issue of privacy and security. >> if i'm sitting in my backyard enjoying a naked sunbathing afternoon. if a tiny little drone flies over i don't know that i shouldn't be doing something to protect my privacy. >> reporter: the aclu refuses the use of drones in alameda county and elsewhere, it's taken no position yet on private drones. with stronger memories and bigger batteries drones can pick up more. this one is fake for a video game but a drone with a gun is possible. >> if i were still active and i saw one of those doing something like that i would shoot it down. you know pure and simple. destroy it. >> reporter: former alameda sheriff charles plumber says it's an faa problem. law enforcement and the faa are already concerned about drones in the national air space. we obtained thi
users from twitter. the linkedin platform in the mobile technology is really working well. year-over-year they doubled the amount of people that are going to be mobile space. > thank you andrew. > > thank you. that's it for now. coming up tomorrow, a fascinating glimpse into the first start-ups in silcon valley, and the surpsing ways the area as not changed since the '50s. from all of us at first business, have a good monday!
experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just $599. and save 50% on our innovative limited edition bed. >>> a heated meeting just wrapped up concerning a new store in the south bay that sells guns. ktvu's matt keller is live in los gatos with where there was little the council could do to stop it tonight. >> reporter: the meeting just ended in the past hour and no final decision was made on gun sales guaranteeing the debate will continue here in los gatos. rarely does a los gatos town council meeting spill out into the lobby. tonight the overflow room needed an overnotice room as the council discussed templar sports and gun sales. >> there is no gray, just black and white. >> reporter: templar sports officially opened its doors december 29th on university
comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. right now, queen mattresses start at just $599. and save 50% on our limited edition bed, plus special offers through monday. >>> the ceo's of american airlines and u.s. airways made the big announcement. the two carriers are going to merge to create the largest airline. that means air travelers will now have just four big carriers to choose from. american, united, delta, and southwest. in addition when the two airlines combine routes it will likely eliminate competition in some cities and push fares higher. >> we're definitely going to be looking at higher fares that's partially because fares have been declining continuously for the last eight years and they are going to have to turn up. but the lack of competition i'm worried will also play a role in it. >> rep
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